Research supervision and mentorship

I have supervised 31 last-year undergraduate projects. Most of my undergraduate students develop research projects related to neuronal networks in the human brain, collective dynamics/intelligence, synchronisation, Alan Turing’s morphogenesis, complex networks, dynamical systems analysis, automated verification, formal methods of computer science, hybrid dynamical systems, and swarming and flocking algorithms. They are always amongst the best projects, in Manchester three of them were awarded the AT&T Prize for the best final-year undergraduate project. I highlight the following research projects developed in the School of Computer Science at the University of Manchester and at the University of Wolverhampton:

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